Trinidadian artist GA Gardner’s work a part of Speak My NameSaturday, November 5th, 2011 Categories: Diaspora, Exhibitions, Updates
GA Gardner will be a part of the exhibition “Speak My Name” James E Lewis Museum of Art at Morgan State University. Opening Reception November 10th. 6-8pm. Exhibit ends January 4.“Black Male Identity: Speak My Name” is conceptually influenced by Ralph Ellison’s novel, “Invisible Man,” and the book’s nameless hero, who shares his personal journal in reclaiming his identity as a black male.
Artists include: Lavett Ballard, Rams Brisueno, MA Booker, Eric Briscoe, David Brown, Larry Brown, Brandon Buckson, Schroeder Cherry Colette Veasey-Cullors, Jenai Davis, Thommy Davis, Bobby English, Matthew Freel, Garth Gardner, David Allen Harris, Winston Harris, John Holyfield, Guy Jones, Tiffany Jones, Ursula Cain-Jordan, Joe Lewis, Fletcher Mackey, Charles McGill, Ashley Milburn, Jefferson Pinder, Ernest Shaw, Amy Sherald, Frank Smith, Sulaymaan, Ken Royster and Tobechi Tobechukwu.
Read more about the opening and event here.